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Student Support Services

Make the most of your College Career

Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded TRIO program designed to provide academic support to at-risk college students. SSS offers academic advisement, enrollment, peer mentoring, free tutoring, financial aid information, classes specifically for SSS members, and a variety of enrichment workshops and cultural activities. Participation in SSS provides personal and academic enrichment for students who may face economic, social, and cultural barriers to higher education. SSS maintains information on campus and community resources and refers members to appropriate offices and agencies.

Focusing on building basic academic skills in remedial classes, SSS members are given priority enrollment into SSS sections of beginning algebra, intermediate algebra, and developmental writing. Tutoring labs staffed by faculty and trained peer tutors provide regular assistance for math, English, science, basic computer skills, and reading/study strategies. Additionally, tutoring for general education courses may be arranged on an individual basis.

Do I qualify for SSS?

You may qualify for Student Support Services if you have an academic need and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Be a first-generation member of your family to pursue and receive a four-year degree
  • Meet federal guidelines for having an economic need
  • Have a documented learning or physical disability

To apply to this program, stop by the Student Support Services Office in Room 431 North Shepler.

Since 1987, SSS has been encouraging, teaching, motivating and joyfully watching Cameron students meet their goals and graduate!

North Shepler 431